Limited edition of 100.
This edition has sold out, but our open editions of this print are available here.
Created by Peter Dean with the approval of world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking, this poster is part of a real time-travel experiment.
Professor Hawking devised an ingeniously simple experiment to prove whether time travel to the past was possible. He held a reception for time travellers, but didn't publicise it until after it had happened. This way, only those who could travel back in time would be able to attend.
The success of this experiment depends entirely on the invitation poster being seen by time travellers.
Letterpress print, in silver ink. Printed at New North Press in Shoreditch, London.
The overall dimensions of the print are 16" x 20" (40.6cm x 50.8cm). Fits a standard frame size.
The poster is printed on 280gsm Somerset Black Velvet which is 100% cotton and also acid-free.
The poster reads as follows:
You are cordially invited to A RECEPTION FOR TIME TRAVELLERS
To be held in the past, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Gonville & Caius College, Trinity Street, Cambridge
Location: 52˚ 12' 21" N, 0˚ 7' 4.7" E
12:00 UT 28 JUNE 2009
NO RSVP REQUIRED
Prints are sold unframed and we recommend professional conservation framing for our limited edition prints. This print is a standard size and there are also ready-made 16" x 20" frames available.
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